Cornerstone Welcomes New Board Member, Inaudy Gil Esposito

Inaudy Gil Esposito

February 22, 2022 – Cornerstone Family Healthcare is pleased to announce Inaudy Gil Esposito, MS, has joined its Board of Directors. Currently a resident of Newburgh, Inaudy was born in Dominican Republic, immigrated to the United States as a child and has lived in the Hudson Valley since 2003. She is currently the Executive Director of the Orange County Human Rights Commission, whose primary purpose is to foster mutual respect and understanding among all groups in the County.

Inaudy was an English as a Second Language Instructor at SUNY Orange for more than ten years, and works tirelessly on eliminating oppression, racism, sexism, homophobia, and gender inequality in her community. Her expertise in social justice, diversity and inclusion, and gender violence issues, including intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking, makes her an excellent addition to Cornerstone Family Healthcare’s Board. This is not her first experience volunteering as a board and committee member, having served with the New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Leadership Orange, the Orange County Cultural Equity Task Force and the Newburgh Ministries.

She has received multiple recognitions, including an Orange County Woman of Achievement award, and Rising Star recognitions in both Orange County and New York State. She is a sought-after speaker who has presented at numerous conferences, including in the 2018 TEDxNewburgh, where she discussed diversity and privilege in her talk “Turning Differences into Strengths.”

Inaudy’s robust experience as a community leader fighting for all who are disenfranchised, underserved, and oppressed is a welcome addition to our leadership team. Her beliefs and demonstrated skills at ensuring access, justice and equity for all fit perfectly with our core values. We look forward to learning more from Inaudy and seeing how she can help improve our services for the entire Hudson Valley.

Learn more about Inaudy in this Spectrum News profile piece.